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his Power Point is part of an Enlisted Advancement Program training series for US Navy Corpsman rating provided by Naval Medical Center Portsmouth Virginia

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  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 1 Navy Enlisted Advancement System (NEAS) Last update: Mar 2009
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 2 Presentation Topics Purpose of advancement exams Exams development and administration Final Multiple Score Factors Profile sheet - What does it mean? What you should do to prepare for advancement Recent and future changes
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 3 Questions What six factors make up the Final Multiple Score (FMS) for E-4 to E-6 candidates? What factor has the largest percentage of the FMS for E-4 to E-6 candidates?
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 4 Purpose of Advancement Examinations The advancement-in-rate examination is a tool used, as part of the Final Multiple Score, to help rank order qualified candidates on the basis of rating and professional military knowledge at the next higher rate.
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 5 Qualifying to Take the Exam CO recommendation Meet minimum time in rate (TIR) requirement Proper Path of Advancement
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 6 “What do you mean, there is a discrepancy?” https://www.advancement.cnet.navy.mil/nac/exams/discrepancy.asp Discrepancies: – An error on a worksheet – An error on an answer sheet Or – information that does not match the Enlisted Master File Examples: – Missing or incorrect PMA – Overwriting bar-coded information with incorrect answer sheet bubbling – Improper path of advancement – Not meeting special rating requirements – Incorrect SSN – Name on Answer Sheet not matching EMF – Insufficient Time-in-Rate – Recording exam rate incorrectly (MM vice MMN entered on answer Errors can lead to: – Delayed results or advancements – Improper processing – LOSING OUT ON ADVANCEMENT
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 7 Written by CPOs (E-7 to E-9) – NETPDTC hosts an Advancement Exam Development Conference for each rating on a 2- year cycle. At least 6 Fleet SMEs from the respective rating are invited to attend. – Recent fleet experience – From ratings (BM, SH, etc.) or – From rating communities (EMN, AWA, etc.) Advancement exams are designed to test rating and professional military experience and knowledge Exam Development Facts
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 8 Advancement Exam Development Conference 1. Review Scope of the Rating 2. Verify Master Reference List 3. Update, edit, and improve exam banks and graphics 4. Build 14 examinations (2 years) 5. Post new Advancement Exam Strategy Guide (AESG) EVERY ONE TO TWO YEARS
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 9 Exam Scoring Approaches to exam scoring: – Criterion-referenced (schoolhouses) – Norm-referenced (Navy advancement exams)
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 Standard Score Example Raw score: 0 to 200 Raw scores are converted to standard scores Standard score: 20 to 80 Average of all raw scores is assigned standard score 50 0 100 200 Standard Score Raw Score
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 11 Where You Class Falls…. WHERE YOUR CLASS FALLS………….. 20.00 25.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 45.00 50.00 55.00 60.00 65.00 70.00 75.00 80.00 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 YOU SCORES
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 12 Final Multiple Score (FMS) The Final Multiple Score (FMS) method looks at the “whole person” E-4/5/6 – Performance – Experience ( service in paygrade, awards, and PNA points) – Exam Score (standard score) – Education E-7 – Performance – Exam Score (standard score)
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 13 New FMS w/ Education Pts MAX PTS AND % FACTOR EXAM PAYGRADE COMPUTATION E-4/5 E-6 Performance Mark Average (PMA) E-4/5 E-6 PMA X 80 – 230 PMA X 80 – 204 90 (42%) 116 (47.5%) Standard Score (SS) ALL SS 80 (37%) 80 (33 %) Pass Not Advanced (PNA) E-4/5/6 PNA Pts From Last 5 Exam Cycles 15 (7%) 15 (6%) Service In Paygrade (SIPG) E-4/5 E-6 SIPG + 7.5 SIPG + 9.5 15 (7%) 17 (7%) Awards (AWD) E4/5/6 Values in Advancement Manual 10 (5%) 12 (5%) Education Points (ED) E-4/5 E-6 Associates = 2 or Bach or higher = 4 4 (2%) 4 (2%) Max FMS Possible ALL 214 (100%) 244 (100%) Note: Does not reflect E-7 FMS
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 14 E-7 FMS FACTOR Old MAX PTS AND % New MAX PTS AND % Performance Mark Average (PMA) 52 (40%) 80 (50%) Standard Score (SS) 80 (60%) 80 (50%) Max FMS Possible 132 (100%) 160 (100%)
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 15 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 5000 5500 6000 <2.75 2.80 2.85 2.90 2.95 3.00 3.05 3.10 3.15 3.20 3.25 3.30 3.35 3.40 3.45 3.50 3.55 3.60 3.65 3.70 3.75 3.80 3.85 3.90 3.95 4.00 CANDIDATES CANDIDATES = 8173 PMA 3.80 ACCOUNTS FOR 25.3% OF THE TOTAL CANDIDATES Performance Mark Average (PMA) Promotion recommendation point values Early Promote = 4.00 Must Promote = 3.80 Promotable = 3.60 Progressing = 3.40 Significant Problems = 2.00 Time-in-rate requirements E-3 to E-4 6 mos in E-3 E-4 to E-5 12 mos in E-4 E-5 to E-6 36 mos in E-5 E-6 to E-7 36 mos in E-6 Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate PMA Frequency Distribution PMA based on: 3 yrs of averaged evals for E-6 1 yr of averaged evals for E-4/5
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 16 PMA (Cont’d) PMA Formulas – E-6 and below (16 pt difference between EP & MP or MP & P) – E-4/5 = (PMA x 80) – 230 – E-6 = (PMA x 80) – 204 – E-7 (10 point difference between EP & MP or MP & P) – PMA x 50 - 120
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 17 PMA Points PMA E-4/5 E-6 E-7 4.00 (EP) 90 116 80 3.80 (MP) 74 100 70 3.60 (P) 58 84 60 3.40 (PR) 42 68 50 2.00 (SP) 0 0 0
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 18 • Sustained Superior Performance • Awarded to those who pass the exam but are not advanced due to quota limitations • Points awarded each exam cycle based on combination of Performance Mark Average (PMA) and Exam Standard Score (SS) • Up to 3.0 PNA points awarded per exam cycle up to 5 cycles (1.5 points max each for PMA and SS) PMA (max 1.5 points per cycle) awarded based on ranking relative to peers: Top 25% = 1.5 PNA Points Next 25% = 1.0 PNA Points Next 25% = 0.5 PNA Points Bottom 25% = 0 PNA Points • SS (max 1.5 points per cycle) awarded based on exam score: 57.01- 80.00 = 1.5 PNA points 50.01- 57.00 = 1.0 PNA points 42.01- 50.00 = 0.5 PNA points < 42.01 = 0 PNA points • Maximum total weight 7% (E-4/E-5); 6% (E-6) Passed Not Advanced (PNA) Points Rarely maxed to 15 Pts 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 0.0 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5 8.0 8.5 9.0 9.5 10.0 10.5 11.0 11.5 12.0 12.5 13.0 13.5 14.0 14.5 15.0 CANDIDATES Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate PNA Frequency Distribution
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 19 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 CANDIDATES • Experience / Performance • Not proposed for reduction / elimination • Points awarded as per chart below • Maximum point awarded 10 (E4/E5) 12 (E6) • Maximum total weight 5% (E4/E5/E6) AWARD PTS/AWDS Medal of Honor 10 Navy Cross 5 Distinguished Service Medal or Cross 4 Silver Star Medal 4 Legion of Merit 4 Distinguished Flying Cross 4 Navy and Marine Corps Medal 3 Soldier’s Medal 3 Bronze Star Medal 3 Purple Heart 3 Defense Meritorious Service Medal 3 Meritorious Service Medal 3 Gold Life Saving Medal 2 Joint Service Commendation Medal 3 Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal 3 Executive Letter of Commendation 2 (max 1) Joint Service Achievement Medal 2 Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal 2 Combat Action Ribbon 2 Good Conduct Medal (Navy or Marine Corps) 2 (max 5) Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal 2 (max 5) Individual Augmentee (IA) Tour 2 Aviation Aircrew Insignia 2 Navy Fleet Marine Force Ribbon 2 Air Medal (Strike/Flight) 3 T-AFS Tour 1 Recruiter Duty 1 Letter of Commendation (Flag/Senior Executive Service) 1 (max 2) Awards that were changed Awards that were deleted Awards (AWD) Points Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate AWD Frequency Distribution Rarely maxed to 10 Pts for E-4/5
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 20 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 5,000 6,000 7,000 8,000 0006 0009 0100 0103 0106 0109 0200 0203 0206 0209 0300 0303 0306 0309 0400 0403 0406 0409 0500 0503 0506 0509 0600 0603 0606 0609 0700 0703 0706 CANDIDATES NOTE: At E-6, candidates can get a 1 year EP waiver. • Rating Experience • Up to 7.5 years awarded (E4/E5/E6) • Maximum total weight 7% (E4/E5/E6) Service in Paygrade (SIPG) Rarely maxed to 7.5 yrs at E-4/5 Representation of a Typical E-6 Candidate SIPG Frequency Distribution SIPG (YYMM)
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 21 Now, let’s talk about the Profile Information Sheet…
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 22 Final Multiple Score Breakdown PNA Point Breakdown Exam Score by Section Breakdown
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 23 “How can YOU help YOUR Sailors to be prepared for Advancement?” Make sure they meet all eligibility requirements Make sure they understand sustained superior performance is the key Provide useful guidance in their evaluations and mid-term counseling Ensure they know about the tools to help them succeed (Bibliography, References, AESG, schools, OJT, etc.) Use the Advancement Exam Strategy Guide (AESG) to help focus their study plan. START EARLY--don’t wait until the last minute!
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 24 Bibliography Web Posting For Advancement Exams ACTIVE DUTY BIBS EXAM CYCLE POST DATE JANUARY E-7 EXAM JULY MARCH E-4/5/6 EXAM OCTOBER SEPTEMBER E-4/5/6 EXAM APRIL RESERVES BIBS EXAM CYCLE POST DATE FEBRUARY E-7 EXAM AUGUST FEBRUARY E-4/5/6 EXAM SEPTEMBER AUGUST E-4/5/6 EXAM MARCH
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 25 Advancement Exam Strategy Guide
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 26 Recent Changes to Enlisted Advancement Effective Dec 2007 (NAVADMIN 336/07) – IAs serving in designated combat areas (Iraq, Afghanistan, and HOA), during specific dates, and are eligible E7 and LDO candidates per BUPERSINST 1430.16F are waived from the E7 advancement exam (see NAVADMIN for all requirements) Effective Sep 2008 (NAVADMIN xxx/08) – Establishes policy and procedures for new unit training requirements for enlisted leadership development. Also removes the requirement to complete leadership training in order to participate in the E-6 and E-7 advancement exams and the E-8 selection board. Effect Oct 2008 (NAVADMIN xxx/08) - Beginning with the Feb/Mar 2009 advancement cycle, no one will frock until they have completed the new mandatory unit led leadership course.
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 27 Summary Purpose of advancement exams Exams development and administration Final Multiple Score Factors Profile sheet - What does it mean? What you should do to prepare for advancement Recent and future changes
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 28 For general NEAS information or to download information: Home page: https://www.advancement.cnet.navy.mil Specific questions: – Command Master Chief Exam Development: EMCM(SS) Robert McCombs Nora Matos – DSN 922-1305 or 922-1572 DSN: 922-1001, option 3, ext 2115 – COMM: (850) 452-1305 or 452-1572 COMM: (850) 452-1001, option 3, ext 2115 – Exam Administration: Exam discrepancies: Jim Hawthorne DSN: 922-1252 – DSN 922-1001, option 3, ext 1531 COMM: (850) 452-1252 – COMM: (850) 452-1001, option 3, ext 1531
  • 3 February 2003 Navy Advancement Center 29